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  • Add Holidays (Non-Work Days)

    Calendars are a property of the crew. Each crew can have multiple calendars assigned to it. This allows you to vary the amount of time a crew can work, based on the calendar. Step 1: Create your ca...

  • What is AI? Why and How does ALICE use it?

    What is AI?AI is short for Artificial intelligence. The formal definition of AI is ‘a computer designed to simulate intelligent behavior’. Current applications of AI include things we use every day...

  • Shortcut Keys

    Hold down the question mark key to view the available shortcuts keys in ALICE.

  • Placeholder Elements

    Using a placeholder element to represent a scope of work can simplify your ALICE planning process. Rather than including thousands of elements to represent the MEP systems, you can use a mass eleme...

  • Cast-In-Place Concrete Holding Formwork Material with an Elastic Operation

      ELASTIC OPERATION: Use a Placeholder Crew, enter a value into the task duration box, and toggle on both "Elastic Min" and "Elastic Max"

  • Crane Delivering Material Recipe

    Assigning a crane as a resource to an operation will occupy the crane for the entire duration. For operations that do not require the crane (or other equipment) for the entire duration of the opera...

  • Pour Concrete Production Rate Equation

    ALICE allows you to create custom production rates and use the properties from the model. Below is an example of a task using the Element's Volume / Pour Concrete Production Rate. This allows ALICE...

  • Dangling Operations

    A dangling operation is a task card that is not connected to either the "Next" or "Previous" nodes. This allows the task to not be affected by the start or end of the recipe. Example 1: The next re...

  • Cast-In-Place Concrete Recipe